In 1927 Joan Miró declared, "I want to assassinate painting." This exhibition illuminates the individual and intensely innovative character of Miró's challenge to painting by focusing on twelve series of works the artist made over the course of a single, transformative decade. The compressed time period reveals the extensive range of Miró's experimentation during these years, as he struggled not simply to negate painting but to reinvigorate and redefine his own art...
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